AnyPassword AnyPassword 2.0 RC3 for Windows

by RomanLab Software

Avg. Rating 4.6 (9 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,253
Publisher RomanLab Software
Homepage AnyPassword

Publisher's Description

Any Password is a tool that lets you store and arrange all your passwords, user IDs, and related information in a tree form. The program saves this information in encrypted files which can be protected by a password. So, the only thing you need to remember is the password for the file. Any Password can also generate random passwords with specified parameters (length, used characters, etc.). You can find any stored information using the incremental search feature.

Latest Reviews

tannenwheel

tannenwheel reviewed v1.44 on Aug 22, 2007

finaly an installation from this category that does not suck.

does NOT use .NET or 40MB RAM but only 6 MB!

it read my passwords from a keepas CVS file.

it was perfectly responsive to my intuitive attempts to use the keyboard. flexible tree (cut,copy,paste,dragndrop,nested folders) with alphabetically sorted accounts inside so you can do a keyboard inline search (first letters).

there is a PRO version under developement ..

(though i dont expect much new. its just a storage not a formfiller and its complete at that)

fatray

fatray reviewed v1.44 on Dec 2, 2005

Been using this for years now. I used to keep passwords on paper, this is much easier. I don't know how I ever got along without this.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (9 votes)
Your Rating
tannenwheel

tannenwheel reviewed v1.44 on Aug 22, 2007

finaly an installation from this category that does not suck.

does NOT use .NET or 40MB RAM but only 6 MB!

it read my passwords from a keepas CVS file.

it was perfectly responsive to my intuitive attempts to use the keyboard. flexible tree (cut,copy,paste,dragndrop,nested folders) with alphabetically sorted accounts inside so you can do a keyboard inline search (first letters).

there is a PRO version under developement ..

(though i dont expect much new. its just a storage not a formfiller and its complete at that)

fatray

fatray reviewed v1.44 on Dec 2, 2005

Been using this for years now. I used to keep passwords on paper, this is much easier. I don't know how I ever got along without this.

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